It's finally time we can recommend purchasing a new or next-generation console. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have officially hit their stride and odds are you can find a starter bundle that won't break the bank either.
At $130, the 2DS offers a huge array of compelling software and makes for a great entry-level gaming system to the uninitiated first-time gamer. Just be sure to buy a protective case along with it, too.
What's a 3DS without the 3D? Your answer: Nintendo's budget-minded non-foldable new handheld coming in October.
The Nintendo 2DS will get two new transparent color options on November 21, both retailing for $100.
The 3DS might be successful, but the Wii U certainly isn't. What will it take for Nintendo to find some extra life?
Do you get a dedicated game device, or stick with your phone or tablet? Here are the best options out there, and what they do differently.
Let's make this simple: Nintendo is suffering, but there's a logical solution. At the very least, please -- do this.
The tail end of 2013 may have been all about Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One, but Nintendo's handheld consoles performed pretty well too.
Nintendo also sold over 16 million packaged and digital games for its 3DS line up in 2013 -- a 45 percent increase compared to 2012.
Nintendo's giving the 3DS a new lease of life ahead of Christmas with an update that adds the Miiverse social app and links the 3DS and Wii U eShops.
So what are the real deals this Black Friday? Check out these top picks from CNET.